Phil Perkins Photography

Indian Flats Falls

Located in the Tremont section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee, Indian Flats Falls is a series of four waterfalls with a total height of 60-feet. It’s an 8.2 mile out and back hike on a mountain trail, and this is the upper tier, as photographed one foggy autumn morning following a storm of heavy rain and high winds.

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10 responses to “Indian Flats Falls”

  1. Pepper Avatar

    Gorgeous! 😊👏🏽

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks so much, dear Irene! Overnight winds dropped a golden blanket of leaves on to the water on the morning of my visit. Glad you like it ~ have a great day! 🤗

  2. Inge David Avatar

    Wow! Wonderful capture and work! Have a great day dear Phil! 👍👌

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, dear Inge! So glad you like it, and I wish for you a pleasant evening my friend! 🌹🌹🤗🙏🙏

  3. louiseaprimeau Avatar

    Beautiful Phil! The gold leaves are such a lovely element in this photograph. They definitely draw the viewer’s eye into the scene. ❤️

    1. Phil Avatar

      I agree ~ thanks so much, dear Louise 🙏🙂

  4. Robin King Avatar

    It’s another world! Sooooo beautiful! I love those golden leaves, too. They look like an audience gathered to experience the marvelous waterfall show. 👏👏❤️👏👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      TY dear Robin ~ yes, the golden leaves worked well with this shot. It’s a beautiful waterfall to visit, though sometimes difficult to gauge the water level present. Glad you like it, my friend! 🤗🌹

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